September 7th, 2016 at 8:00 am

 Live Virtual Experience

 

About The Conference

iGlobal Forum was pleased to host the 6th Specialty Finance Summit in New York on September 7th and 8th. Opportunities within the specialty finance space are shifting as alternative lenders become more active, and online marketplace lenders draw in customers of their own. New fintech developments are fighting for survival in a competitive space as valuations affect the success of investments, and investors look forward for strategies to protect their capital in the event of a downturn market. Shifting investment trends, the global impact of the Brexit vote, and national macroeconomic trends are greatly affecting the availability of investments and capital, and building out the popularity of niche sectors providing unexpected opportunities. Demand in the middle market is still on the rise, but standing out has never been more important. At the summit, we had the opportunity to meet and network with 200+ senior-level executives from leading: specialty finance companies, marketplace lenders, BDCs, SBICs, private equity firms, hedge funds, wealth management firms, senior lenders, asset managers, and venture capital firms.

Key Topics Covered

  • Recent macroeconomic trends and geopolitical events impacting the specialty finance industry
  • Parse the players in the market, and analyze the shifts toward new niche investment sectors as investors respond
  • Strategies for customer origination online and utilizing digital marketing for your own benefit
  • Update on traditional middle market lendingonline marketplace lending, and new fintech developments that will affect your investments
  • Discussing the effect Dodd-Frank, Basel III, and the CFPB continue to have on the specialty finance industry
  • Learning new fundraising strategies both in-person and online 
  • Valuation trends between private and public, and expectations on interest rates and IPO

Network With Leading

  • Specialty finance companies
  • Marketplace lenders
  • BDCs
  • SBICs
  • Private equity firms
  • Hedge funds
  • Wealth management firms
  • Senior lenders
  • Asset managers
  • Venture capital firms